William Ernest Kullgren
William Ernest Kullgren (May 20, 1885 - November 4, 1966) was a professional astrologer and publisher of nationalist literature. He was charged with sedition in 1943 but never stood trial. He was once associated with William Dudley Pelley's Silver Shirts. Kullgren had kind things to say about Hitler, but did not believe he could win the war. Kullgren--as many others at the time--thought Roosevelt to be a Jew.
Kullgren was born in Plymouth, England and settled in Atascadero, California where he operated a fifty-room hotel called the Golden Way.
- The Story of Atascadero (1934) 2 pages
- The Ballard Racket: A Menace to All Astrologers and Student (1938)
- The Origin and Destiny of the Jews (1938) 32 pages
- The Bible Speaks to America (1947)
- Prepare for the Storm (1948) 108 pages
- The Dead Speak (1948) 80 pages
- The Food You Eat (1950) 100 pages
- Vibrations of 1961 (1961) 84 pages
- The Farther Shores of Politics: The American Political Fringe Today, by George Thayer, page 77
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